Chernobyl fallout : internal doses to the Norwegian population and the effect of dietary advice.
Dietary studies and whole-body measurements were used to estimate the intake of radiocesium and the radiation dose received by different groups of people in Norway after the Chernohyl accident.
Freshwater fish, milk, and reindeer meat were the major sources for radiocesium intake.
Dietary advice, together with agricultural decontamination measures, resulted in a considerable reduction in the exposure level of the population.
A majority (40-80%) of the specially selected groups (farmers-hunters and Sami reindeer herds-man) changed its diet significantly after the accident.
Mots-clés Pascal : Alimentation, Radiocontamination, Césium, Radioisotope, Norvège, Europe, Ukraine, URSS, Tchernobyl, Accident, Homme, Comptage, Corps entier, Centrale nucléaire
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Feeding, Radioactive contamination, Cesium, Radioisotope, Norway, Europe, Ukraine, USSR, Accident, Human, Counting, Whole body, Nuclear power plant
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 93-0165596
Code Inist : 002A08F03. Création : 199406.